Orgainsing WT20 was a lifetime experience says Ganguly Ganguly praised Mamata Banerjee for her support during the World Twenty20 clash between India and Pakistan.
Eastern Eye Staff
Having successfully made the transition from a former cricketer to an administrator, former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday (8) said organising matches of the 2016 World Twenty20 at the historic Eden Gardens was a an experience of a lifetime. Ganguly was new to his role as an administrator in early 2016 when he was elevated as Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president following Jagmohan Dalmiya’s untimely death in September 2015. And the former India captain said the role of an administrator was an eyeopener for him. “I may have played 400-plus matches but I must say hosting a world…
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